You’re feeling crappy. But whether you should skip the gym depends on what’s ailing you. Find out if working out while sick is a good idea, or bad.
The gym in January is no joke — between the long lines for machines, overcrowded locker rooms and countless sweaty bodies. Here’s how to play your cards right when space is tight.
Your best fitness buddy might be a click away. Here’s why online fitness friends can help you be healthier, and how to find the perfect one for you.
Before you go off and hibernate this winter, consider these fun and easy fitness activities that burn up to 500 calories a session.
Are you an endorphin junkie? Love that post-workout high? We dug into the science behind runner’s high and what endorphins really do. The answer might surprise you.
Just because it’s winter doesn’t give you a free pass to quit your running routine. Learn how to run faster and longer so you’re ready for spring.
If you’ve ever used a fitness tracker, you know it can be hard to hit 10,000 steps a day. But does that number really matter? We’ve got the truth about this Fitbit-fueled trend.
Wish you could relive your fitness glory days? You might be out of shape, but you’re not out of the game. Here’s how to get back to the gym again.
Can’t get to the gym? Skipping workouts could take you from feeling fit to out of shape faster than you think. Here’s what happens to your body.
Fifty burpees to burn off a quarter-cup of gravy? Find out how much exercise is needed to burn off your favorite Thanksgiving foods in this less-than-cheery holiday infographic.
Desperate for a vacation? We feel you. These seven fitness-centric retreats will tone you up and get you zen, without leaving you totally broke.
Raise your hand if you hate treadmills. But do they actually scare you? One writer tried to conquer her fear.
We’re all about working out to make your mind and body feel great — but if you’re ever curious how many calories you’re burning, this infographic can help.
Prefer power walking to jogging? We don’t blame you. These 15 awesome races across the United States were practically made for walkers like you.